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Our food and drink editor was unsure what to expect of this new brunch and breakfast menu, but was pleasantly surprised.

Those who are on social media can hardly avoid monthly trending campaigns. Lately we have seen #veganuary and #Februdairy: campaigners trying to get noticed, to promote what they think others should be doing and, if they do, the social media machine roars into action.

East Anglian rapeseed oil producer adding exciting new products in 2019.

Ben Whitehead is trying to make a difference by producing snacks from fruit and veg which would otherwise be thrown away.

Owners say they hope their restaurant and hotel will bring something different to the Lowestoft area.

We speak to an expert about how to compose a cheese selection to be proud of.

A 1940s themed tearoom has opened at The Shed in Sproughton

Organiser hopes the Cornhill-based market will attract more footfall to the town centre.

Team of food lovers take on the premises at Kersey Mill.

Celebrate your local independent restaurant on National Pizza Day (February 9).

Baker is back in business and locals are loving her American-style cakes and cookies.

Essex milkshakes firm Shaken Udder is targeting fitness fans with a new contract to supply online sport and nutrition retailer Muscle Food.

When it comes to getting the perfect breakfast in Ipswich, independent businesses are leading the way. But how many on the list have you been to?

Celebrations for Chinese New Year (the Year of the Pig) begin on Tuesday, February 5, here are some of Ipswich’s best restaurants to try.

recipes

Essex-based Shaken Udder have overhauled their recipes to make them ‘school friendly’

Even beginner cooks should be able to make this really simply and delicious duck dish.

This recipe is a great way to use up leftover marmalade.

Feeling the cold? Get baking, put the kettle on and enjoy this week’s bake - a sticky loaf cake smothered in caramel.

Take the edge off the chilly weather with our recipe for homemade crumpets.

Our vegetarian reviewer tried out Felixstowe’s newest cafe specialising in plant-based food.

reviews

Mark Heath, wife Liz and trusty hound Benson ventured out to the recently relaunched Six Bells in Horringer for a Friday night dinner. Here’s what they made of it...

Nicola Warren has lunch with friends at the award-winning coffee shop

Emily Cotton dines at the elegant French brasserie moored at Ipswich marina.

Our food and drink editor said this place took the humble soup and a retro dessert to the next level.

Our vegetarian reviewer tried out Felixstowe’s newest cafe specialising in plant-based food.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited the recently re-opened Brewers Arms in Rattlesden, which is attracting some great reviews, for a Saturday night dinner to see if the hype is justified. It is!

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis visited the award-winning Sail Loft found between Southwold town and harbour.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz headed to the renowned Ravenwood Hall Hotel near Bury St Edmunds for a festive lunch. Here’s what they made of it.

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